This is the score to the nightmares of people who still have callouses on their thumbs from NES controllers. Chopped beats bludgeon fuzzy square wave drones, turning them into melodies before completely disintegrating them. Feedback squeals weave and seperate into beats, arrange into notes, twist and disappear into static. Music for distorting your happy childhood memories.
all sounds made with videogame systems except:
track 8 - melody played on circuit-bent casiotone MT-36
track 9 - drums played on circuit-bent casiotone MT-36
October 12, 2006 Subject:
Can't say i've heard anything like it, except in regards to what i heard such a long time ago button mashing on my friends system.
Whats different about this "style" of music, which I heastantly say you've created, is that the sounds pulsate like a computer sending signals through a circutboard, only in a rythmic style. Personally I didn't much care for track 5; a little to random. But HEY, who am I to critisize art.
Five points for creativity and another five for trying something dangerious new.